difficult to please

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Better give it up at once, and go back to my books and my bachelorhood, if I were so difficult to please.
However, the trip from Calcutta to Hong Kong only comprised some three thousand five hundred miles, occupying from ten to twelve days, and the young woman was not difficult to please.
Her nose just inclines toward the aquiline bend, and is considered a little too large by persons difficult to please in the matter of noses.
My word, you are difficult to please," answered Michel.
Dunster, in this first stage of his convalescence, was perhaps difficult to please, for he did not like the look of the doctor, either.
I was aboard of one of Rodney’s fleet, dye see, about the time we licked De Grasse, Mounsheer Lor Quaw’s countryman, there; and the wind was here at the south’ard and east'ard; and I was below, mixing a toothful of hot stuff for the captain of marines, who dined, dye see, in the cabin, that there very same day; and I suppose he wanted to put out the captain’s fire with a gun-room ingyne; and so, just as I got it to my own liking, after tasting pretty often, for the soldier was difficult to please, slap came the foresail agin’ the mast, whiz went the ship round on her heel, like a whirligig.
They would be very difficult to please," replied Raoul, faithful to his regular system of gallantry.
An Indian toilet is an operation of some toil and trouble; the warrior often has to paint himself from head to foot, and is extremely capricious and difficult to please, as to the hideous distribution of streaks and colors.
I shall be very difficult to please," said Maggie, smiling, and holding up one of Lucy's long curls, that the sunlight might shine through it.
My good friend," said Franz, turning to him, while Albert continued to point his glass at every box in the theatre, "you seem determined not to approve; you are really too difficult to please.
It is obviously difficult to please everyone but we take our role as the BBC's national station for Wales very seriously - and reflecting all aspects of the country's cultural life is important to us.
Mad Muammar is as difficult to please and ruthless as he is barking.